8 Spooky Houseplants That Will Liven Up Your Indoor Halloween Decor
This Halloween why not add to your spooky decor with a few frightfully fun plants? Along with your favorite Halloween decorations like faux spider webs, jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, and skeletons lurking around your home this October, add in varieties of plants with hauntingly beautiful black blooms, spidery leaves, twisted stems, and monster-like shapes. They will give your indoor display a botanically ghoulish touch. Of course, you can enjoy these easy-to-grow, yet fascinating oddities from the plant kingdom any time of year in your home (a few can even be grown outdoors, depending on where you live), but their otherworldly appearances seem especially fitting around Halloween.
Old Man Cactus
'Black Star' Calla Lily
After the rest of your Halloween decorations have been packed away, you can continue to enjoy these plants around your home. They'll blend in with your other houseplants with ease, especially dark-purplish Raven ZZ plant. You could also display them outside in the spring and summer to accent other container plants (we recommend pairing them with black succulents) for unusual and eye-catching displays to die for.